VIDEO footage shows how Brighton Hill roundabout has completely transformed over the last year.

Works costing £20 million are one year into the two-year project so far has seen the subways filled in, as well as lane expansions.

The final result will see traffic lights placed on all arms with surface toucan crossings replacing the underpasses.

At this point in time we can see the shape of the roundabout coming into fruition, looking a lot more like the concept art provided by the council.

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Basingstoke Gazette: Updated plans to revamp Brighton Hill roundabout have been approved. Photo: HCC.

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In the video, you can see the work that has been completed so far, as the car drives through three exits, giving a full picture of the current state of the project.

Construction vehicles are seen in the centre of the roundabout, where trees once stood, and new lanes have been added as part of the expansion.Basingstoke Gazette:

The construction project looks vastly different from how the roundabout looked just over a year ago, the image of which seems a distant memory 

Work on the roundabout hasn't always run smoothly, as last year an incident occurred where a worker accidentally cut through some cables, rendering 4,000 homes and businesses in the town without phone service and access to the web.

The work is scheduled to finish early next year.